Betting tips on the Cheltenham Gold Cup

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The Cheltenham Gold Cup is seen by many horse racing enthusiasts as one of the biggest events in the calendar, and it is one of the races that results in particularly high sports betting interest.

This means that the bookies release information about odds well in advance of the race itself, in recognition of the number of people who want to get their bets in early. So, with this information available now for the next Gold Cup, who are the favourites to consider gambling on?

Just now it is the Nicky Henderson trained Bobs Worth, at 2/1 with most sports betting sites that is rated the bookies favourite for the Gold Cup – although with Silviniaco Conti at 7/2, the race may not be as nailed on as the punters think.

Punters won’t be just looking at these two horses, as Cue Card at 8/1, and and First Lieutenant at 10/1 each must all be considered amongst the favourites as well.

Of course a great deal can still happen before the Gold Cup in March and many people interested in betting on it will prefer to wait until nearer the time, playing an online casino game like Who Wants to be a Stallionaire instead at www.gamingclub.com/nz

This is one of the many sports themed slots games available both at online casinos – and for downloading to your phone via mobile casino apps – and it is a mix of horse racing and classic pub-style slot machine. The icons on the three reels offer things like jockeys caps, post markers and sights associated with expensive living – such as cigars and Rolls Royce cars – while the backdrop is of a typical race course.

Although elements like the three reels are drawn from land based pub slot machines, there is nothing remotely old-fashioned about the jackpot for Who Wants to be a Stallionaire – a healthy $5000 – and these different elements make it a game with equal appeal for horse racing and casino fans.

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